Name: Scott, Corey, L
Military education: Armor, Petroleum Supply, Calvary Scout, WLC, BNCOC, Master Driver Course, State Drivers Examiners Course, Army Basic Instructors Course, Small Group Instructors Course .
Decorations, awards and citations: Bronze Star Medal 1, Meritorious Service Medal 1, Army Commendation Medal 1, Army Achievement Medal 2, Army Conduct Medal with Clasp, National Defense Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Iraq Campaign w/ 2 Campaign stars, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon #2, Armed forces service Medal 1, Humanitarian Service Medal 1, Noncommissioned Officers Professional Development Ribbon #2, Reserve Components overseas training Ribbon #2,Combat Action Badge.
Significant experience: As a Member of the Washington Army National, I have had a wide experience of different jobs, and units. I started off in 1998 with Alpha company 181st support Battalion, as a Petroleum Heavy Wheeled Vehicle Operator, in the fuel platoon, then being promoted to Corporal, becoming a Squad Leader in the Distribution section. In 2003, I deployed with Alpha Company, in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom, where I was tasked with different positions. I was the sergeant of the guard, and the Noncommissioned Officer in Charge of the North entry control point for Joint base Balad, I also was assigned to Bravo Company 185th Armor Battalion, for patrol duties, in the surrounding areas.
After the deployment I went to work for the Washington Honor Guard Program as Team member and eventually the Team Leader of the Northcentral team. The same year I reclassed to become a Calvary Scout, with Bravo Troop 1-303rd Calvary, where I was assigned as a gunner in 2nd platoon, before becoming a Team Leader. In July of 2007 I was promoted to the rank of Staff Sergeant, and transferred to Charlie Troop, and became Squad Leader in 1st platoon. Within a year, I deployed again to Operation Iraqi Freedom, as a Convoy Commander and a Noncommissioned Officer in Charge of entry control point 4. After returning to the states, I reassumed leadership of the newly formed Westcentral Team for the Washington Honor Guard Program, until my departure from the program in 2010. In 2011 I became the Alpha Section Sergeant for 1st platoon, Charlie Troop 1-303 Calvary. At this time I am currently assigned to 1st Bn 205th Regt. (MMT), as a Cavalry Scout reclass Instructor. In 2012 I returned to the Honor Guard program as the Noncommissioned Officer in Charge responsible for 13 active duty Soldiers and 93 traditional National Guard members throughout the state conducting an average of 250 funerals every month.